Dr.Web for Qbik WinGate
Anti-virus and anti-spam scan of HTTP/POP3/FTP traffic of an SMTP and proxy server Qbik WinGate.
- Anti-virus and anti-spam scanning of messages and their attachments sent via SMTP and POP3;
- Anti-virus scanning of files and data transferred over HTTP and FTP
- Curing of infected files transferred over HTTP
- Customizable list of data transfer protocols for scanning
- Adjustable scanning parameters, e.g. the maximum size and types of objects to be scanned and the actions to be performed with infected objects
- Enabling/disabling detection of particular types of malicious programs; when a threat is detected, Qbik’s settings determine what action is to be taken to neutralize it.
- Customizable actions for files that cannot be scanned.
- Detection of malicious objects compressed with various packers.
- The compact and efficient anti-spam module sets Dr.Web for Qbik WinGate apart from its competitors.
- The anti-spam requires no training and allows you to set different actions for different categories of spam, and to create white and black e-mail lists.
- Customizable actions performed with different types of objects, e.g. including moving them to the quarantine or adding specific prefixes into their subject fields.
- Log of errors and events in the Event Log, which contains information about module parameters, as well as notifications about viruses detected in infected messages and individual outbreaks.
- Isolation of infected files in either the Dr.Web quarantine or the WinGate quarantine.
- Viewing contents of the quarantine and then restoring and/or forwarding quarantined files.
- Back up of cured files in the quarantine.
- Features native control panel and quarantine manager.
- Automatic updating.
Dr.Web for Qbik WinGate detects infected attachments in e-mails and infected objects transferred over HTTP and FTP, such as:
- infected archives;
- file bombs and zip bombs;
- hack tools;
- paid dialers;
Dr.Web for Qbik WinGate does not scan:
- data transferred over HTTPS;
- encrypted e-mails;
- damaged and password-protected archives.
Dr.Web’s program settings determine the actions taken whenever a malicious program or non-scannable object is detected.
The Anti-spam allows e-mails processed by SMTP server and POP3 proxy server services to be filtered to prevent unsolicited messages like spam from reaching their intended recipients.
The Anti-spam categorizes each message according to its probability of being spam: high, medium, or low. For each of these categories, one of the following actions can be set:
- Allow – the message will be allowed in and delivered to its recipient;
- Move to quarantine – the message will be isolated as defined in the quarantine settings and will not be delivered to the recipient;
- Delete – the message will be deleted;
- Add prefix into the message’s subject field and deliver – text specified in the prefix field will be added into the subject field of the message, which is then delivered to the recipient.
Black and white lists are used for additional filtering. No actions are performed on messages arriving from senders included in white lists, regardless of the contents. If an address is on the black list, all messages sent from that address are placed in the high probability category, and actions set for that category will be applied to such e-mails.
- Hard disk space: minimum of 50 MB
- Operating system: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/2012, Microsoft Windows Server 2000/2003/2008 (32- and 64-bit systems)
- Proxy server: Qbik WinGate 6.